On the next episode of OPEN Tuesday, Host Kibin Alleyne discusses how NYC has agreed to pay protesters who were unlawfully abused by the NYPD at the Bronx BLM rally in 2020; Laura Pitter the US Deputy Director for Human Rights Watch joins us to tell us more. Then, the organization 5Boro Institute recently released a report highlighting NYC staffing crisis; Grace Rauh, Executive Director for 5Boro Institute, tells us more about their report.
After that, spring cleaning is around the corner. The President & Founder of Cut The Clutter, Natalie Schrier, shares some tips on how you can keep your home organized. And finally, applications are now open for the 4th annual Brandon Hendricks scholarship; Founder & President of Oyate Group, Tomas Ramos, explains why creating a scholarship was the best way to honor the life of Brandon Hendricks.
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